Baruch

The Hebrew and Greek that is transliterated as “Baruch” in English is translated in Spanish Sign Language with a sign depicting “Assistant to Jeremiah,” referring to Jeremiah 36:4 et al. For Jeremiah as the “crying prophet” in sign language translation, see here. (Source: Steve Parkhurst)


“Baruch” in Spanish Sign Language, source: Sociedad Bíblica de España

Eve

The name that is transliterated as “Eve” in English is translated in Finnish Sign Language with the sign signifying “life,” reflecting the original Hebrew meaning (see also Genesis 3:20). (Source: Tarja Sandholm)


“Eve” in Finnish Sign Language (source )

In Spanish Sign Language it is a sign that combines apple/fruit + woman. (Source: Steve Parkhurst)


“Eve” in Spanish Sign Language, source: Sociedad Bíblica de España

In German Sign Language it is a sign that shows picking a fruit.


“Eve” in German Sign Language (source: Taub und katholisch )

See also Eve (image) and Adam.

Learn more on Bible Odyssey: Eve .

Naomi

The Hebrew that is transliterated as “Naomi” in English is translated in Spanish Sign Language with the sign for “changed identity” referring to the many life changes that Naomi goes through in the book of Ruth. (Source: Steve Parkhurst)


“Naomi” in Spanish Sign Language, source: Sociedad Bíblica de España

Jehoshaphat

The Hebrew and Greek that is transliterated as “Jehoshaphat” in English is translated in Spanish Sign Language with the signs for “king” and “mixup” referring to the fateful alliance with king Ahab of Israel in 1 Kings 22 and 2 Chronicles 18. (Source: Steve Parkhurst)


“Jehoshaphat” in Spanish Sign Language, source: Sociedad Bíblica de España